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Why does water drain clockwise?

The Loch Ness Monster. Jack the Ripper. Plugholes. You might not think the latter belongs in a list of some of the world’s greatest unsolved mysteries, but for many years, people around the world have asked the question: why exactly does water drain down a plughole or toilet in a particular way? We at UKDN […]

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Ground radar helps see solution for children’s play area repair

A ground probing radar survey carried out by UKDN Waterflow (LG) has helped facilities managers develop a solution for carrying out urgent repairs to a popular children’s play area. The Splashpad attraction in Gheluvelt Park in Worcester had to be closed because one of its water tanks was found to have been ruptured. Place Partnership, […]

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Tree root infestation at care home triggers flooding

Drainage engineers from UKDN Waterflow (LG) Ltd have found that tree root infiltration at a residential care home has been the cause of flooding problems at a neighbouring property. The national care home group called in the UKDN Waterflow (LG) team to investigate when the flooding occurred after a period of heavy rainfall. The incident […]

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UKDN Waterflow (LG) sponsors I Love Claims Networking Lunch

UKDN Waterflow (LG) Ltd is delighted to be one of the main sponsors of the I Love Claims home and commercial networking lunch. Hundreds of insurance industry professionals and experts are due to attend the event at Grand Connaught Rooms, in Covent Garden, London, on 20 May 2016. The guest speaker will be Will Greenwood […]

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A Checklist for Spring Cleaning your Drainage System

We recently conducted a UK-wide survey to find out more about the nation’s spring cleaning habits. The research provided lots of interesting insight, including the most common excuses offered by those who avoid spring cleaning at all costs, and the most popular and unpopular household chores. One thing we found particularly alarming was that cleaning […]